Tamworth Regional Gallery was established in 1919 and is one of the oldest regional galleries in New South Wales. The new Gallery is a large modernMake Tamworth Regional Gallery a part of your Tamworth vacation plans using our Tamworth trip planner.
purpose built facility established in 2004.
The two temporary exhibition spaces host a vibrant program of touring exhibitions of national significance, alongside curated exhibitions of regional artists. Exhibitions are also held featuring works from the Galleries' permanent collections.
The exhibition program includes the Tamworth Textile Triennial (previously known as the Fibre Textile Biennial), considered the most authoritative exhibition of current textile art in Australia. Since 1975 the exhibition has consistently attracted leading textile artists from across the country.
Housed in Council Headquarters, Ray Walsh House Community Space is a platform for fledgling artists and various community groups and organizations to exhibit.
Tamworth Regional Gallery reviews
Fantastic exhibition of our country music stars plus a room of other artworks - all very interesting and inspiring. Lovely gift shop too.
Fantastic exhibition of our country music stars plus a room of other artworks - all very interesting and inspiring. Lovely gift shop too. more »
It's only 2 rooms but it is free entry, so it's worth a brief visit and it's right in the middle of town. A few nice items on display, you can see everything in 5 minutes if you wanted to, it is...
It's only 2 rooms but it is free entry, so it's worth a brief visit and it's right in the middle of town. A few nice items on display, you can see everything in 5 minutes if you wanted to, it is... more »
This is a great regional gallery which usually has three different exhibitions running to maximise the chance that something will appeal. On my most recent visit—yesterday—there was a dark and thought provoking exhibition about Indigenous massacres by Australian colonisers centred around the Myall Creek massacre (one of the few times justice was served and the white perpetrators were hung). There was also “Abundant Wonder” an exhibition by Melbourne artist, Tom Moore. It’s a fantastical and fun glass exhibition that I enjoyed viewing. Staff make you feel welcome by taking the time to explain the exhibitions and chat without being intrusive.
The lady here was super helpful with information about events in town while we were there. The exhibition we saw was fabulous. Definitely worth a visit
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